Oct 3, 2006

Foley Bombshell..?

*fizzle - dribble - dud*

Abusive priest
enter stage right!

How do you spell prescient?

"I feel no pity for Rep. John "Mark" Carr Foley. Countdown to admission of drinking problem and abuse by priest as a child..." 9-30-06

Stay tuned for '07 "tell all book" and '08 reality show appearances.

58 Comments:

Blogger c said...

and Fitz is right again.

5:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HEY ROGER!!!

foley's attorney is a...a...a..

JEEEEW!

5:21 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen M. Dickson said...

See RawStory Katherine Harris video.
Yer gonna die laughing.

She reminds me so much of my sister who is such a PHONEY, with the fake expressions, etc., just like Harris!!
http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/Harris_implies_Dems_media_knew_of_1003.html

5:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

old news. prescient huh...????

5:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So honestly smart guys, has foley committed any crime?? It's like if you created a phony id, as a hot to trot, 18 years old stud or vixen, then passed yourself as available, sugar daddies and mommas would be on you like glue.

5:34 PM  
Anonymous gop are fuckups said...

This is on DailyKos, and I knew all of you would enjoy it. (Not you, trolls... I know you won't like it. I was speaking to the adults in the room. Go along and play.)

Cheers and Jeers: Tuesday
by Bill in Portland Maine
Tue Oct 03, 2006 at 04:59:36 AM PDT

From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE...

Things you can count on the Republican leadership to screw up:

The deficit. Body armor. Medicare reform. Social Security reform. The minimum wage. Port security. The National Guard. Diplomacy. The Geneva Conventions. Fair elections. Clean elections. Intelligence. Protecting the Constitution. Protecting the Bill of Rights. Government transparency. Oversight. Separation of church and state. The middle class. The poor. Tax reform. Tax cuts. Bankruptcy law. Global warming. Disaster management. Defeating terrorists. Saying no to lobbyists. Saying yes to public opinion. Pre-war planning. Post-war planning. Competence. Civil rights. Civil liberties. Civil debate. Veterans' benefits. Hiring based on ability. Legal surveillance. Morality. Energy policy. Energy independence. End-of-life decisions among spouses. Inclusion. Learning lessons from history. Learning, period. Drug policy. Fiscal responsibility. Trusting the generals. Trusting the spooks. Trusting the experts. Basic honesty. Basic health care. Education. Creating jobs. Keeping CIA operatives' identities secret. Catching Osama. Playing nice. Playing fair. Refilling ice cube trays. Making paper airplanes. Or coffee. Tying their shoelaces. Making friends. Blowing their noses. Counting to ten five three. Sharing their toys. Telling the truth. Uniting the country. Protecting underage kids from a predatory congressman.

That House leaders knew Representative Mark Foley had been sending inappropriate e-mail to Capitol pages and did little about it is terrible. It is also the latest in a long, depressing pattern: When there is a choice between the right thing to do and the easiest route to perpetuation of power, top Republicans always pick wrong.
---The New York Times

Had enough?

5:36 PM  
Anonymous gop are full of perverts said...

Anon at 6:34

We don't know the FULL story of what Foley did yet. And as more sick twisted evidence of what Foley has done, and no one has talked to any of the pages yet, so if you want to defend the GOP sex perverts/pedophiles go somewhere else. You sound just like Drudge.

Furthermore, Hastert, Boehner and Reynolds are pervert/pedophile enablers who do not deserve to be in any kind of power.

So Fuckoff Pedophile lover!!

5:41 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Foley's atty: "Foley categorically denies being a Pedophile!"

Yes, we know he's a Pedophile in Denial...

Duh!! That's why he's in trouble...

5:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

GEF:

Here is John from Americablog his comments about the press conference and he is right on the money. Thank you John!:

Oh please. So now he's an alcoholic, and was abused as a child. He's a victim, you see. And then, the kicker, after talking about being molested as a child, at a press conference about concerns regarding molesting children, Foley's lawyer says "Mark Foley is a gay man."

WTF? How is that relevant to a press conference about molestation? Jesus Christ. Who is advising this guy, the Christian Coalition? This press conference is sick. Oh, and the lawyer just added that he won't say whether Foley was molested by an imam. What? The man is running a public relations campaign from treatment.

At this point, his people need to shut up. This press conference was totally unnecessary.

5:49 PM  
Anonymous naschkatze said...

You are the smartest man in the world! The story is just breaking on C & L, and I told them you predicted it a day or two ago.

5:50 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Biloxi,

quote:
The man is running a public relations campaign from treatment.

Actually from a country club...

Carefull kiddies: "There's a Pedophile in Denial out there in Florida by the name of MAF54, he may get sober but he's gay so no telling what Pedophilia will get him drunk"...

Frankly If I was his neighbor and I had kids, I'd call the police at least twice daily...

6:09 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

You nailed it again, Fitzie!

6:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Actually from a country club..."

GEF:

As you said, slickster Foley used the alcoholic rehab bullshit claim to try to get out of getting caught. People are buying those beans especially people that have children.

"Frankly If I was his neighbor and I had kids, I'd call the police at least twice daily..."

GEF:

I would make sure Foley's ass was on the Megan Law's list of sex predators for the neighborhood to watch for Foley moving into my area. Kids or no kids, I don't think any neighbor want a pervert like Foley living next door!

6:22 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Seems like Hastert can't keep his story straight...

A sure sign of Cover-up in progress..

ABC: Denny Hastert flip-flops on whether he asked Foley to resign
by John in DC - 10/03/2006 06:29:00 PM

It seems Hastert didn't ask Foley to resign before he did.

6:23 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Meanwhile in Iraq, Sectarian Violence increasing despite clampdown...

51 Dead..
11 US Military Dead..


The U.S. military, meanwhile, announced the deaths of nine soldiers and two Marines in what has been a deadly period for American forces in Iraq. The announcement brought to at least 15 the number of servicemembers killed in fighting since Saturday.

6:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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6:44 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

GEF:

Just read your article about Flip Flop Hastert. Hastert threw Foley under the bus.. Again, just doing the CYA crapola.

I am waiting for the next press conference from Foley's lawyer to say that Foley's evin twin, Myron, commited those crimes! This Foley thing is getting a bit overwhelming and his excuses are getting nauseating. The public needs to know what is going in Iraq.

After reading your article about more dead soldiers, more violence in the Iraq. Folks, get out and vote in November!

6:45 PM  
Anonymous Krispy Kremes said...

The last straw...


"I think your policies in Iraq are reprehensible"...



http://www.rockymountainnews.com/
drmn/local/article/0,1299,
DRMN_15_5039230,00.html

Arrest over Cheney barb triggers lawsuit by Charlie Brennan, Rocky Mountain News
October 3, 2006


Secret Service agent

Virgil D. "Gus" Reichle Jr.

is now, in every sense of the word, world famous.


This agent was acting on/under orders - the civilian chain of command, accountablity and authority stops and lies with Robert S. Mueller, former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California and U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts, currently now Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Within the next 48 hours, I expect Cheney and Mueller to handle this - otherwise it will be in every newsprint in the world...

7:01 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Foley's lawyers must be reading this blog.

7:03 PM  
Anonymous Krispy Kremes said...

To Krispy Kremes 8:01 PM posting...



My friends and I have already called the attourney David Lane and have committed a few dollars towards this case.

If you want to help, please call 303-571-1000 or send a check to:

David A. Lane, Attourney
c/o Steve Howards
1543 Champa Street
Suite 400
Denver, CO 80202

Please help!

By: imaginelife on October 03, 2006 at 06:57pm

7:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Foley is taking the American eye off Iraq which is falling apart as we speak.
Wouldn't surprise me to see our troops overrun and captured. Sickening, just criminal. There's the real eye of the storm.

7:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Foley's lawyers must be reading this blog.
======================
Grandmanuk:
Oh, don't you know it? Along with many others that are sweating over being indicted or going on trial...LOL

7:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CAIRO, Egypt - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Tuesday a North Korean nuclear test would be "a very provocative act," and she prodded Asian nations to rethink their relationships with the North Koreans.

The top U.S. diplomat said the United States would have to assess its options should such a test be carried out, but she did not elaborate.

"It would be a very provocative act by the North Koreans," Rice said during a press conference in Cairo, second stop on a Middle East tour. "They have not yet done it, but it would be a very provocative act."

Rice's warning reflected widespread concern within the Bush administration. She stressed, however, that a North Korean test was an issue "for the entire neighborhood" and not just for the United States.

http://enews.earthlink.net/article/
top?guid=20061003/4521e040_3ca6_
1552620061003170002864

Condi forgets that even people that do have bad memories can remember her lies. Too bad she is such a fraud, one lousy example for girls.

7:32 PM  
Anonymous Clarice Feldman said...

Don't hate me because I am not beautiful & gay. Forgive me, I am addicted to GOP Koolaid and the Rabbi abused me by not wanting me.

7:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - When disgraced former Rep. Mark Foley announced he was entering rehab for treatment of alcoholism and "other behavioral problems," some of those who have known him for years were shocked and suspicious.

Some friends and acquaintances said they rarely saw him drink.

A former colleague, Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., said on Fox News Channel: "I don't buy this at all. I think this is a phony defense. The fact is, I think he's responsible for what he did here and I think it's a gimmick."

***************************

The reply from a guy on youtube says it all about Foley. "What is a 50 year old man (in public service, making laws) doing speaking or sending emails with such filth to a 16 year old?"

Like the guy send in the video, this isn't Foley's first time. He's a practiced groomer, only it seems on younger kids.

7:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meanwhile in Iraq, Sectarian Violence increasing despite clampdown...

51 Dead..
11 US Military Dead..
=======================
GEF:
The Gerbil certainly has created a disaster in the Middle East!!

We need to bring our troops home ASAP!!

7:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm. This is an interesting observance from the leftcoaster website. Check this out!


"Former Congressman Mark Foley (R-FL) interrupted a vote(HR 1559, Emergency War Time supplemental appropriations) on the floor of the House in 2003 to engage in Internet sex with a high school student who had served as a congressional page, according to new Internet instant messages provided to ABC News by former pages."

"ABC News now has obtained 52 separate instant message exchanges, which former pages say were sent by Foley, using the screen name Maf54, to two different boys under the age of 18.
This message was dated April 2003, at approximately 7 p.m., according to the message time stamp."

"It isn't clear if Foley sent these messages during the votes on the floor, or left the floor to do so. Each party sits within its caucus on its own side of the House floor, so it's possible that Foley was sitting next to another Republican while he was engaging in these “conversations” that night. So which GOP House member was sitting next to Mark Foley in 2003?"

That is the million dollar question! What did that GOP House member about Foley's pervertness?

7:52 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here is some information about the seating on the House floor:

The House Floor

Unlike the Members of the Senate, Members of the House have no assigned seats but are by tradition divided by party; Members of the Democratic Party sit to the Speaker's right and Members of the Republican Party sit to his left.

Foley was sitting next to a GOP buddy.. But whom?

7:54 PM  
Blogger Bubby said...

How much did it cost Hastert and company to keep the parents happy? And how many parents? He states in an interview yesterday that "The family got what it wanted to get".

7:55 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

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8:04 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

"Its all the PRIESTS fault!!!!"

This, oddly uniformly is always the first defense of the Zionist or neocon when they are backed to the wall.

S-Q what did I tell you...

"October 3, 2006 -- The Pagegate scandal surrounding ex-Rep. Mark Foley (R-FL) is growing in scope. According to congressional sources, Foley's predatory sexual advances on underage male pages was tolerated because Foley was a major campaign cash source for other Republican members. Although it has been reported that Foley gave National Republican Congressional Committee chair Tom Reynolds (R-NY) a $100,000 contribution, WMR has learned that Foley's contributions to Reynolds' committee totaled $330,000. Meanwhile, the conservative Washington Times, aware of the widening nature of the scandal, has called for House Speaker Dennis Hastert to resign his leadership position.

WMR has also learned that Tom Reynolds, who is facing a serious challenge from Democrat Jack Davis, is now in serious political trouble in his northern New York district and looks likely to lose it in the November 7 election."

http://waynemadsenreport.com

Hastert knew virtually everything. He was party to it in fact, just watch as he goes into coverup mode!!!

Oh....and the sirens haven't started yet have they Kathleen?
;-D

8:06 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

s-q,

INCOMPETENCE RUNNING OUR GOV'T AND MEDIA!

It's clear the media is not focusing on our troops being killed in IRAQ on a "DAILY" basis..

Why should this be a surprise, the way the GOP treated the Katrina victims in that retched Stadium..

Locking them down like rats in a cage, keeping them hungry, and thirsty for days in the full heat of the sun...

With dead bodies decomposing around hopeless people...

I remember seeing convoys of trucks heading nowhere and after till this day thousands of FEMA trailers sitting idle while people were made to suffer..

So why would it surprise me if media were ordered by the GOP not to report about our 'DAILY' dying troops in IRAQ and Afghanistan!

GOP Politics comes even at the Cost of American lives...

Naw, I'm not surprised at all..

8:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GEF:
It was a sad situation, people dying of thirst and hunger!
And, don't forget, while the Katrina victims were hungry and thirsty... there were semi-truck loads of ice traveling all over this country...never being delivered to the Katrina victims! They finally ended up dumping all the ice!! What a waste of life, and a waste of taxpayer money!! I wonder how much that whole ice charade cost?

8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You can't put a price on human life!! That is one thing that really bothers me about this administration, they don't seem to place ANY value on human life!!

8:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/americas/article1784234.ece

How long did it last?

8:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://radio4houston.org/takingaim/takingaim060822.m3u

8:23 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

s-q,

quote:
You can't put a price on human life!!

That's right. Nobody knows if that person who got killed today or yesterday was maybe the person who grows up to cure cancer or find a breakthrough in propulsion physics..

Precious life should not be toyed with because we may have inadvertantly screwed up our future in the process...

You never know if that last troop killed was destined to be another Einstein or Tesla..

8:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GEF:
The families who have lost loved ones in this senseless war...have been robbed of sharing a life with a special person! Whether it was a father, mother, husband, wife, son, daughter, uncle, etc...

8:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And, the same is true of all those lives lost in the Katrina disaster!

8:36 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

So Foley was attacked as a child and he drinks so that's makes it ok to attack other children. If that's the case then all the child sex offenders should be released. Foley isn't gay he is a child sex offender. Hastert and others are ciminals because they covered it up for Foley to vote on the Bush policies. NO more excuses please.

8:42 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

John Laesch is a nice kid and more religious than all of the 'religious' right politicians put together. Hastert is actually campaigning this time, which is new for him!

As for Hastert and Boner (is that how it is pronounced?) working a $25 a person fundraiser, I almost fell out of my chair laughing at the dollar amount. Is there a zero missing somewhere? That is worse than Libby's 'KFC' fundraiser; what are they serving, ramen noodles and generic soda pop?

9:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.foxnews.com/story/
0,2933,217560,00.html

The "Devil and Mr. Dog" have made a damn mess of the world. Wonder what Chavez calls Ambien?

9:21 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Bubby--I am very sorry to hear your story. You are absolutely right about breaking the cycle of abuse. I wish you well.


"Bubby said...
I was a victim of sexual abuse and as a victim the last thing I would want to do is to hurt someone the way I was hurt. It just sickens me that Foley would use his abuse as a crutch and a reason to continue the cycle of abuse. To me it is morally repugnant not to BREAK THE CYCLE OF ABUSE. Know this Foley, there is a special place in hell for you and that piece of s**t from PA. He was an abuser and used that exuse to horrify innocent children and indiscriminately murder them. Cut from the same cloth you are."

9:22 PM  
Blogger t said...

Good Evening All,

Jackie said
Foley isn't gay he is a child sex offender

How true! this Foley mess is what I was trained in before I got involved in the war stuff. I will go after them-and they thought I was enough of a pest on the war issue HA

Kerry is stumping of course, sorry if anyone likes him- he is a skull and bones all the way. GEF must of told him I would ask an interesting question-(mayor already knows heehee) cause I didn't get to ask in front of the group-only in semi-private. he is SUCH a politician...boo-hiss ;-)

9:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wasn't sexually abused but had the hell beaten out of me by alcoholic family member as a child. Sexual, physical, emotional and neglect..it can make stronger if you break the cycle---heal the generations of abuse for your kids.

No human being has the right to pump themselves up while destroying the souls of the innocent. Breaking the cycle can be the powerful thing you do in your life.

9:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so seriously einsteins. has foley committed a crime or not?? the pedophilic rhetoric gets displayed as fact.a sixteen year old maale is no child. don't get me wrong, foley's a troll but is he a criminal? the gay community has been after his hypocritical ass for years. they even filled his congressional mailbox with page applications like this: This one was accepted to begin next congressional term:
I don't own a cell phone. I don't own a computer. I don't even know how to use a computer or the internet. My short term memory is very poor. I can't remember anything that happened even 5 minutes prior. I have 6-pack abs, and a package that can work all night long. I like boxers with little red hearts on them. I'm very succeptable to alcohol. One drink gets me plastered and taking my cloths off. I like to party even though I can't remember what happened in the morning. ... so the bottom line is: is he a criminal or just a dumb fuck troll?

9:30 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Wow, I actually disagree with the author of this blog for something really unimportant on another thread. I believe that the words "Clay Aiken good looks" do not belong in the same sentence or the same paragraph. That kid has bizarre hair and is appealing to screaming teenage girls, and probably . . . Foley.

9:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the law is good enough for U.S. soldiers to get busted on or regular old joes...then it is good enough for a bastard like Foley who used his position to groom (and hide) his prey.

People that do have some memory problems due to illness are usually embarrassed and try to bluff their way into making people think they CAN remember. Funny it seems crooks, liars and pedophiles don't seem to do that.

9:38 PM  
Blogger t said...

PS- Yes Fitz was right on the money about the drinking/priest excuse...

Anon, I know so many successful (and not successful) adults who were in your situation. One of my best friends in HS had parents like that-you would have never known it to look at their home. Normal looking as can be.
Another girl who was a cheerleader (and seemed to have life made-pretty and popular) was getting molested nearly everyday by her step dad. Her sister refuses to admit what happened and is a "buyaholic" shops constantly...
Of course the kids in juvi had usually been molested or beaten up as kids too-buy someone they should have been able to trust. People greatly underestimate what that does to a person-especially when they are told "that happened years ago" -it effects people all their lives.
An elderly relative it happened to at age 6! No one in her family knows-she told me when I told her about some of the kids I was working with.
So common occurance, yet people only recently recognized and aknowledged it.
Answer to anon- soliciting sex with a youth when you are a 52 year old powerful congressman (or any other) is a crime and that is the least of what he is doing.

Other anon- yes indeed Funny it seems crooks, liars and pedophiles don't seem to do that.

9:39 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Anonymous--I believe the Foley stuff gets into employer - employee sexual harrassment. I believe there is something in the news about how he waited until one kid was no longer a page but ethically that is still wrong. Plus, did he harrass his other pages while they were still pages? What employee, present or recently past, would ever want the boss, male or female, opposite or same sex, sending UNWANTED messages like that??

All the kids' parents should sue the hell out of Foley in civil court.

I feel sorry for ALL of Foley's pages. I cannot imagine that any of them could be proud of their work experiences. Imagine putting working for Foley as a page on a college entrance application or job resume in the future . . .

9:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

harassment makes more sense than pedophilia

10:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

harassment makes more sense than pedophilia

harassment makes sense since it mostly happened in the workplace, but what do you call it when he's done it a hundred times? chronic harrassment?

No, someone who likes boys. You must not have been around too many teenage boys or forget how immature they are

10:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so i guess the next question that begs an answer is:: is it sexual harassment if the harassed is no longer in the employment of the harasser.

10:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and as far a teenage boys go: so what age do you purpose that you give them the age of majority? or is it all dependent on how well their parents give them the skill to critically think? seems the monroe louisanna page had his poop in a group to tell foley fuck off. while the first im disclosed, seems to have an individual who maintained contact for over an hour and found it entertaining.

10:44 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Anonymous 11:13--The answer is probably both, a pedaphile who is a sexual harasser.

11:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so i guess the next question is with regards to the current conflagtion is:
if nothing illegal has transpired, what ethical contraints has foley agreed to?

11:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Foley is a Zionist neo-con.

He broke the law, but when he broke the law that is simply the tip of the iceberg.....

http://www.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?key=201117269&url_num=3&url=https://secure.groundspring.org/dn/index.php?aid=2836


http://www.iamthewitness.com

http://www.jewsagainstzionism.com/antisemitism/holocaust/gedalyaliebermann.cfm

http://www.iamthewitness.com/mp3/DarylBradfordSmith-Ted-Pike-Talmud-3Oct2006.mp3
http://cloakanddagger.de

1:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so what law did he break?? dweeb

2:25 AM  

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